Where parents and clinicians can harness the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to share goals, plans, and achievements in a social network to advance treatment
and research in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger's, ADHD, and Intellectual Disabilities.
- Intuitive Do-It-Yourself ABA
- Social network for guided early intervention and positive reinforcement
- Visual graphs and automated analysis
- Share individualized implementation plans with school districts
- Guarantees transparency and effective collaboration with IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and 504 Plans
- Detailed assistance with problem solving, verbal skills training, safety skills training, social skills training transitions (settings, persons), coping with change, and more....
- Parents no longer need a Master's Degree to help treat autism epidemic (currently 1:68)
- Crowd source data collection allows parents to invite others to give live feedback to intensify interventions across environments and advance scientific research
- Online clinical practice management in dynamic and HIPAA/FERPA-compliant case management / research platform
- Comprehensive assessments individualize platform to fit the needs of the individual (post-assessment menu options adapt to individualize treatment options)
- Create behavior analysis service plan (BASP), individualized implementation plan (IIP), Task Analysis (TA), Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Delay of Reinforcement (DOR), Compliance Training, and more...
- Enjoy the most comprehensive assessments, intuitive data collection, and dynamic automatic reporting
- Live updates to clinical team / circle of care * Dynamic activity calendar publishes and tracks skill acquisition/replacement, and behavior reduction plans
- Intuitive STO/LTO goal management
- Automatic graphing of compliance data collection from all reporters
- Manage billing, credentialing, continuing education, and remote supervision
- Audit tool kit - instant recall of all granular data
- Directly contribute to the advancement of treatment and research